I made Iris Sugar on the potters wheel, with a seated lid and a flat bottom. A rounded knob makes it easy to grasp the lid. A smaller sugar bowl, perhaps, at 2.25” Dia. 2.75”H.
The Iris glaze consists of overlapping purple matte and cream glazes. I dip and dribble the 2 glazes in a technique I have developed that results in a surface that is unique.
Store your favorite sweetener for a pinch or teaspoon ready when you need it. Or to store sweetener packets. Keep it on the table or by the stove. Or use as a salt cellar. Maybe the coin from your pockets needs a catching jar. Or your paper clips or rubber banks need a gathering pot.
You can even bake a little brie or dip in this gem. Use it to serve salsa and then cover and pop the left overs in the refrigerator!
Iris Sugar makes a great gift when you are the guest at dinner or a holiday soiree; or to say “happy birthday”, “welcome to the neighborhood”, or “thank you”!
It’s a little treasure for the right stuff.
Fired to 2200 degrees F. Oven, microwave, dishwasher safe.